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Philip King

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Philip King is editor of Accountants Daily and SMSF Adviser, the leading sources of news, insight, and educational content for professionals in the accounting and SMSF sectors.

Philip joined the titles in March 2022 and brings extensive experience from a variety of roles at The Australian national broadsheet daily, most recently as motoring editor. His background also takes in spells on diverse consumer and trade magazines.

You can email Philip on: philip.king@momentummedia.com.au

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CA ANZ specifies terms of conduct review

In the wake of the KPMG exam cheating scandal, the professional body encourages submissions from members. READ MORE

Sky-high demand for staff ‘the number one problem’

The upcoming job summit needs to address a shortfall of accountants running into thousands a year, says CPA Australia. ...READ MORE

Frustrating reality of ATO overlooked in audit report

Favourable scorecard fails to align with the day-to-day experience of tax agents. READ MORE

SMEs feeling the pinch as invoice payment times blow out

Alternative lender says debtors are taking longer to pay as access to finance gets tougher and economic conditions deter...READ MORE

Professional high earners need tailored insurance

The education and experience of accountants, lawyers, medics and architects demand special protection strategies. ...READ MORE

Workers put money first with wage rises trailing CPI

ABS data shows professional services faring better than most, but pay increases are now the focus, says Robert Half. ...READ MORE

Small-business debt a key target, ATO reveals

Increasing digitisation and lowering collectible debt are centrepieces of the office’s latest corporate plan. READ MORE

ATO needs to improve staff capability, says audit office

Key concerns identified in mainly favourable performance review of tax agent engagement by the office. READ MORE

Younger Australians driving spike in SMSF establishments

The 35–44 age group is the most popular in which to establish an SMSF, according to Class’ latest benchmark report. ...READ MORE

Labor following through on tax pledges, says IPA

But the government has been silent on small-business incentives left over from the March budget. READ MORE

Succession planning specialist names CEO, director

Capitaliz makes two senior appointments from retail and banking. READ MORE

Lull in SME financial disputes could be temporary, AFCA warns

The impact of rising interest rates means the prospect of more complaints. READ MORE

It’s time for business funding transparency

An opaque range of options make choosing the right lender tricky and inefficient. READ MORE

‘Wholesale reform’ only route to sustainable tax system

With an ageing population and increasing pressures on the budget, the revenue base needs an overhaul, says Tony Greco. ...READ MORE

How Div 7A changes the game for companies and trusts

The ATO’s final guidance on Division 7A heralds the end of sub-trust arrangements for unpaid present entitlements. ...READ MORE


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